Stewart McDonald MP has released a survey for constituents of Glasgow South asking them to have their say on Brexit and the draft withdrawal agreement.
The survey, which is for constituents only, asks a range a questions from the contents of the draft withdrawal agreement, to what matters most to people personally during the Brexit talks.
The survey will run until Monday 3rd December, and allows people to have their say on the Brexit deal.
Stewart McDonald MP said:
"As things stand, I cannot and will not vote for this draft deal.
"The voice Glasgow South, and Scotland, has been ignored throughout this whole negotiation. The Scottish Government has come up with compromise after compromise, only to be slapped down by the UK Government.
"It is absolutely imperative that all voices are heard during one of the most crucial decisions in the history of these islands, and that is why I am asking people to have their say with this survey.
"The survey will allow a deeper understanding of the crucial Brexit issues that matter to the people of my constituency, and will be used to inform the Prime Minister ahead of the meaningful vote in December.
"I urge as many people as possible to complete the survey, and have their voice heard. Even if the Prime Minister refuses to listen to your concerns, rest assured, I am."